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Actions from 2015

Browse last year’s actions to get some inspiration for yours in 2016.

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Moving forward

by Alison Pearson, 15 April 2015 : 0 Comments

I pledge not to complain without trying to suggest at least one way forward. Move from I have a problem to I have an idea if possible. Alison Pearson Speech & language therapy Warrington Bridgewater Community Healthcare


Helping People

by Denise Mcminn, 15 April 2015 : 0 Comments

I Pledge to look after my eldery neighbours and make sure they have shopping. Denise Mcminn Bridgewater community Healthcare


Taking Time

by Claire Wilmot, 15 April 2015 : 0 Comments

I pledge to take a minimum of 15 minutes lunch with my staff team. Claire Wilmot Clinical Bridgewater Community Healthcare


Motivatation

by Charlotte Bridgewater, 15 April 2015 : 0 Comments

I pledge to keep motivated til the day I leave. Charlotte HCA Bridgewater Community Healthcare


Moving forward

by Alison Pearson, 14 April 2015 : 0 Comments

Not to complain without trying to suggest at least one way forward. Move from I have a problem to I have an idea if possible. Alison Pearson Speech & Language Therapy Warrington


Support

by Linda Wright, 14 April 2015 : 0 Comments

To support my teams to continue delivering safe effective care. Linda Wright Childrens Service manager


Less time travelling

by Christine Whittaker, 14 April 2015 : 0 Comments

I pledge to spend less time in the car and more time teleconferencing. Christine Whittaker Innovation & impovement


Feedback

by Sara- Marie Black, 14 April 2015 : 0 Comments

I pledge to engage patient feedback with TALK TO US TUESDAY :)


Productive

by Sara- Marie Black, 14 April 2015 : 0 Comments

To be more productive with my working time to include tele conferencing and joint team meetings.


Positive attitudes

by Carol Jones, 14 April 2015 : 0 Comments

I pledge to have a more positive attitude to the IT problems.


Tolerance

by Jackie Mckay, 14 April 2015 : 0 Comments

I pledge to be more tolerate with the poor IT in Warrington.


Communications

by Adam Britton, 14 April 2015 : 0 Comments

I pledge to make all of our staff's lives easier by launching a new staff intranet based on the things they have told me they wanted.


Helpful

by Denise Mcminn, 14 April 2015 : 0 Comments

I pledge to look after my eldery neighbours and make sure they have shopping.


Positivity

by Jo Savage, 14 April 2015 : 0 Comments

I pledge to make a negative into a positive, and to find solutions not problems!


Supporting Use of Twitter For Professional Support and Development

by Kate Lovett, 30 March 2015 : 0 Comments

I am keen to support colleagues to use Twitter for professional development. My own story is that I discovered the potential for Twitter to build alliances for change a year ago. Changes in RCPsych curriculum included learning about impact of social media on patients lives. As a senior educator with no experience of social media I felt I needed to gain an experiential understanding as well as theoretical knowledge. My own journey has lead me to observe and witness several impressive change projects via social media including #HelloMyNameIs, #SHCR and several mental health anti-stigma campaigns. All organisations benefit from external influence and ideas. Often this is provided via staff turnover but can be problematical in organisations with a static and ageing workforce. Social Media has the potential to be an inexpensive source of professional development and help build on weak ties leading to potential for innovative change. Much suspicion and reluctance to consider use of social media professionally still exists. I have pledged to help mentor colleagues "Board To Ward" and start conversations to explore its untapped potential.


Recovering some of my lost third…

by UCLH, 23 March 2015 : 0 Comments

Research shows that clinical staff typically spend around a third of their time working around broken processes. By addressing this, we could free up more time to improve patient experience and create more time to care for patients. As part of a wider piece of work looking to identify and resolve the issues that contribute to that “lost third”, the idea I put into action on change day was to make sure team meetings are an opportunity to share ideas for change Jane


Recovering some of my lost third…

by UCLH, 23 March 2015 : 0 Comments

Research shows that clinical staff typically spend around a third of their time working around broken processes. By addressing this, we could free up more time to improve patient experience and create more time to care for patients. As part of a wider piece of work looking to identify and resolve the issues that contribute to that “lost third”, the idea I put into action on change day was to give an individual some positive feedback that means something to help everyone keep going Rebecca


Recovering some of my lost third…

by UCLH, 23 March 2015 : 0 Comments

Research shows that clinical staff typically spend around a third of their time working around broken processes. By addressing this, we could free up more time to improve patient experience and create more time to care for patients. As part of a wider piece of work looking to identify and resolve the issues that contribute to that “lost third”, the idea I put into action on change day was to ensure my staff and teams get recognition for the extra mile they do Luke


Recovering some of my lost third…

by UCLH, 23 March 2015 : 0 Comments

Research shows that clinical staff typically spend around a third of their time working around broken processes. By addressing this, we could free up more time to improve patient experience and create more time to care for patients. As part of a wider piece of work looking to identify and resolve the issues that contribute to that “lost third”, the idea I put into action on change day was to become a dementia friend Jennifer


Recovering some of my lost third…

by UCLH, 23 March 2015 : 0 Comments

Research shows that clinical staff typically spend around a third of their time working around broken processes. By addressing this, we could free up more time to improve patient experience and create more time to care for patients. As part of a wider piece of work looking to identify and resolve the issues that contribute to that “lost third”, the idea I put into action on change day was to reduce the number of people I copy into emails Jennifer


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